Florence Brewer Boeckel born Trenton, NJ October 20, 1886 (d. 1965). Suffragist; Director of National Center for Prevention of War; prolific writer on peace and international organizations; handbook on peacemaking, 1928; delegate to the World Peace Congress in Brussels, 1936.
"The peace movement today is strong enough to have a chance of success not in the remote future, but now." (Between War and Peace, p. 415; photo c. 1913 Nat. Women's Party records)